I've just obtained a SATA to dual mSATA adapter which I've installed into my Dell Inspiron laptop.
Having just re-installed Windows 10 onto one of the disks, I'm now wanting to split partition the second disk and install Ubuntu and Fedora onto each of these partitions.
When in Windows, I am only able to see one of the drives - the other one doesn't appear to exist. When checking
Computer Manager under the
Disk Management section, the second disk isn't listed their either.
I've installed the JMicron software which came with this adapter and the software is able to correctly identify both disks.
The question is: can the dual mSATA drives work in this scenario? Should they be detected by Windows 10 or is it dependent on the underlying motherboard? i.e. will the Dell laptop most likely not support this configuration?